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Ecotric Vortex 36V Electric City Bike (White)

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Wellbots has Ecotric Vortex 36V Electric City Bike (White) on sale for $659 - $100 with discount code ECOTRIC90 (apply at checkout) = $559. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Pedal Assist On-Demand Throttle
  • Motor: Rear Hub 36V 350W
  • Battery: 36V 9AH
  • Tires: 26"x1.95" Tires
  • Derailleur: 7 speed SHIMANO
  • Fenders: Front, Rear (Included)
  • Display: Ecotric Smart LCD
  • Frame: High-Strength Carbon Steel
  • Weight Capacity: 265lb
  • Weight with Battery: 51lb
  • Charging Time: 5-8 Hours
  • Front Brake: Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor
  • Rear Brake: Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor
  • Battery Life: 400-600 cycles
  • Brake System: Left Brake for Rear/Right Brake for Front
  • 18 months limited warranty

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    • Our research indicates that Ecotric Vortex 36V Electric City Bike (White) is $100.99 lower (15.3% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $659.99 at the time of this posting.
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Wellbots has the Ecotric Vortex Electric City Bike 36V - 30 Miles Per Charge for $569.99 + free shipping (available in white or black). Use code ECOTRIC90 at checkout to apply the $90 discount. Wellbots.com is a reseller of Ecotric bikes (Ecotric is the manufacturer). >Now $559

Main features:

MODEL SIZE: 1750*1060*630mm
MOTOR: Rear Hub 36V 350W
BATTERY: 36V 9AH
CHARGING TIME: 5-8 Hours
RANGE: 30 miles per charge
DISPLAY: Ecotric Smart LED
SENSOR: Speed Sensor
BATTERY LIFE: 400-600 Cycles
REAR BRAKE: Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor

FUNCTIONS: Pedal Assist On-Demand Throttle
FRAME: High-Strength Carbon Steel
TIRES: 26''×1.95'' Tires
FENDERS: Included, Front And Rear
WEIGHT WITH BATTERY: 57lb
WEIGHT CAPACITY: 220lb
DERAILLEUR : 7Speed SHIMANO
FRONT BRAKE: Mechanical Disc 160mm Rotor
BRAKE SYSTEM: Left Brake For Rear/Right Brake For Front

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It's cheap for a reason.
1. 57lb is very heavy, even if you dont lift it. Riding it will be harder.
2. Expect the battery or the BMS to break after short use. Then you end up with a 57lb bike without electricity and it's very hard to ride a heavy bike. Expect no support from manufacturer. Expect very hard to find "plug and play" replacement parts unless you know how to build your own e-bike.

Buy it at your own risk.
It's okay if you don't plan on carrying it anywhere, but it is 57lbs to lug around… into and out of cars, buses, trains, stairs, etc.
Not all Li batteries catch fire. LiFePO4 do not catch fire or burn. That being said most bike batteries are made with 18650s which experience thermal runaway and can catch fire.

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Hmm. Seems like a pretty good price? Not sure the quality considering ebikes hit 1600 to 2500 for decent ones
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why would you combine an electric drive with a steel frame? dumb, dumb, dumb
because it's not $1500
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why would you combine an electric drive with a steel frame? dumb, dumb, dumb
What's the problem? Is it because steel is relatively heavy?
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What's the problem? Is it because steel is relatively heavy?
Yes, aluminum is lighter and you'd get a longer range due to the lighter weight, however steel is much more durable.
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why would you combine an electric drive with a steel frame? dumb, dumb, dumb
I never use aluminum anymore cause after 5 years a bike had catastrophic failure with aluminum and it broke in half. yes it's lighter but a steel bike will never kill you and it could last 50 years maybe. Besides. the electric will do most of the work so who cares?
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I never use aluminum anymore cause after 5 years a bike had catastrophic failure with aluminum and it broke in half. yes it's lighter but a steel bike will never kill you and it could last 50 years maybe. Besides. the electric will do most of the work so who cares?
It's okay if you don't plan on carrying it anywhere, but it is 57lbs to lug around… into and out of cars, buses, trains, stairs, etc.
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It's cheap for a reason.
1. 57lb is very heavy, even if you dont lift it. Riding it will be harder.
2. Expect the battery or the BMS to break after short use. Then you end up with a 57lb bike without electricity and it's very hard to ride a heavy bike. Expect no support from manufacturer. Expect very hard to find "plug and play" replacement parts unless you know how to build your own e-bike.

Buy it at your own risk.
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because it's not $1500
Spend $2500 for a carbon fiber framwe and get 10 additional miles. Sounds dumb,dumb, dumb.
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I never use aluminum anymore cause after 5 years a bike had catastrophic failure with aluminum and it broke in half. yes it's lighter but a steel bike will never kill you and it could last 50 years maybe. Besides. the electric will do most of the work so who cares?
Please never blame that on the sole reason of being "aluminum", as that is incorrect.
Using aluminum properly in bicycles has proven itself for decades.
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I never use aluminum anymore cause after 5 years a bike had catastrophic failure with aluminum and it broke in half. yes it's lighter but a steel bike will never kill you and it could last 50 years maybe. Besides. the electric will do most of the work so who cares?
Still riding an AL bike that is now 20+ years old.

I've probably put more miles on that one bike then you will ride in your entire lifetime.

So your aluminum bike 'broke in half' and you imply that it will kill you. Its amazing you survived! Got a steel handlebar on your steel bike? Steel seat post? Steel cranks? Steel rims? Maybe you better never get on a bike again because surely that inevitable aluminum component that is on it is going to be the death of you!

Also watch out on those ebikes. Lithium Ion batteries go up in flames...you must have heard! You'll look like a flaming dumpster fire on that steel ebike flying down the road.

I had bad milk once. I'll never drink milk ever again. Smart right?
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why would you combine an electric drive with a steel frame? dumb, dumb, dumb
steel is real
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Still riding an AL bike that is now 20+ years old.

I've probably put more miles on that one bike then you will ride in your entire lifetime.

So your aluminum bike 'broke in half' and you imply that it will kill you. Its amazing you survived! Got a steel handlebar on your steel bike? Steel seat post? Steel cranks? Steel rims? Maybe you better never get on a bike again because surely that inevitable aluminum component that is on it is going to be the death of you!

Also watch out on those ebikes. Lithium Ion batteries go up in flames...you must have heard! You'll look like a flaming dumpster fire on that steel ebike flying down the road.

I had bad milk once. I'll never drink milk ever again. Smart right?
Not all Li batteries catch fire. LiFePO4 do not catch fire or burn. That being said most bike batteries are made with 18650s which experience thermal runaway and can catch fire.
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